9 surprising heart health tips

By Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS aka “The Rogue Nutritionist” ™ Having written a book that essentially questions the entire cholesterol establishment and the notion that saturated fat and cholesterol cause heart disease (“The Great Cholesterol Myth” by Bowden and Sinatra),...

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Ketogenic Diets

By Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS aka “The Nutrition Myth Buster”™ A lot of people think of ketogenic diets as high protein diets, but they're actually not, they're high fat diets. Why would anybody go on a high fat diet? When...

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The Magic Of Magnesium

When it comes to optimizing your health with dietary supplements, magnesium is at the top of my list of things to take—right up there with fish oil, vitamin D, and probiotics.  And while 70% of the American Public does...

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The Bathroom Scale

There's something in your bathroom right now that can be your best friend when it comes to getting your weight where you want it. No, it's not a diet drug, it's the bathroom scale and I'll tell you how...

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Does Micronutrient Deficiency Cause Obesity?

Or   The Hidden Hunger Making You FAT!   If you are reading this right now, then the first thing you need to know about us is that we believe that micronutrient deficiency is the most widespread and dangerous health condition of...

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Video: The Great Cholesterol Myth

There's Much More Where This Came From Get all the nitty gritty details in my book The Great Cholesterol Myth » The Supplements Mentioned in this Video Omega-3s » Magnesium » CoQ10 » Citrus bergamont » D-ribose » Curcumin » Resvertarol » Vitamin D » Vitamin C »

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“What Should I Eat for Lunch?”

If you are reading this blog post, then I’m pretty sure the question “What can I eat?” has been a vexing one for you, as it has for hundreds of people who write to me with this same question. What...

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The Dirty Little Secret About Diet Research

Let’s face it: most diet research sucks. There, I’ve said it. Now I’ll show you why. To do so, we have to briefly—and, I promise, painlessly- discuss one or two fundamentals of research design. Only then can you truly know how...

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Diabetes: Prevention and Cure

It's almost impossible to talk about diabetes these days without also mentioning its constant companion: obesity. In fact, the two have become so linked that health practitioners have come up with their own nickname for the pair, a kind of...

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150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: Kale

Kale has the highest ORAC rating of any vegetable on Earth!

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